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Field repair shop for forestry (fire hazard reduction work), 1934 Mammoth Cave National Park 7/1/34-9/30/34 field repair shop for forestry (fire hazard reduction work). Forestry, equipment.
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Circa 1934
Typical black locust on park area, locust stand has been maintained for the production of fence posts Mammoth Cave National Park Typical black locust on park area locust stand has been maintained for the production of fence posts. Forestry, trees.
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A windfall in a dense stand of beech and sugar maple, result of a recent storm, 1934 Mammoth Cave National Park A windfall in a dense stand of beech and sugar maple result of a recent storm. 4/1/34-6/30/34. Storms, forestry, trees.
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Circa 1934
Yellowstone photo album 6A, page 81 Yellowstone National Park
View of forest Kings Mountain National Military Park
Three before windfall on steep slope with thin soil, two smaller trees were killed, one entirely uprooted, the other splintered, 1934 Mammoth Cave National Park 3 before windfall on steep slope with thin soil two smaller trees were killed, one entirely uprooted, the other splintered. caption: 4/1/34-6/7/34. Storms, forestry, progress photographs.
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Circa 1934
Yellowstone photo album 6B, page 49 Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone photo album 8, page 53 Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone photo album 9, page 132 Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone photo album 30, page 9 Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone photo album 31, page 71 Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone photo album 9, page 106 Yellowstone National Park
Roadside clean-up Mammoth Cave National Park Roadside clean up. Forestry, road construction, conservation and restoration.
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Circa 1934

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